Salesforce B2C Commerce Developer
The Salesforce B2C Commerce Developer credential is designed for individuals who have experience as developers for Salesforce B2C Commerce Digital. This credential is targeted toward Salesforce customers, partners, and employees who want to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in using B2C Commerce to develop an eCommerce solutions.
- 60 multiple-choice questions
- 105 minutes to complete the exam
- 65% score to pass (39 good answers)
- 200 USD registration fee (plus applicable taxes)
- 100 USD retake fee (plus applicable taxes)
- No prerequisites
- Proctored exam delivered onsite a a testing center or in an online proctored environment
- No hard-copy or online materials may be referenced during the exam.
Salesforce B2C Commerce Developer exam sections
Below are all the sections, which will be tested during the exam.
A candidate should have a hands-on experience and deep understanding of the following areas.
B2C Commerce Setup: 11%
- Given a sandbox environment, configure an IDE to use WebDAV to deploy cartridges to the correct version directories.
- Given a sandbox instance and data import files, import files using the Business Manager Import/Export modules.
- Given the code for a storefront site, add the correct sequence of cartridge names to the provided cartridge path.
- Given a sandbox environment, use the Business Manager to add a new site to the instance, configuring the default currency and taxation type according to business requirements.
- Given a recently created B2C site, assign the storefront data configurations according to business requirements.
Work With a B2C Site: 12%
- Given a Business Manager task, work with the product data model to manage products and product search model, their categorization, and associated inventory and pricebooks.
- Given a configuration for tasks, such as payment and shipping information, use Business Manager to enable shoppers to complete storefront orders.
- Given a configuration task, use Business Manager to work with Content Assets, Page Designer, Content Slots, and Content Folders.
Data Management Using Business Manager Usage: 24%
- Given a business requirement, modify site search preferences and settings to enable searching for a specified term or product attribute.
- Given a business requirement, create and configure a new search refinement and sorting definition that can be used on the storefront.Given a debugging requirement or code, configure the logging categories and access the logs in Business Manager.
- Given business requirements, extend the storefront to expose a new attribute on an existing system object type.
- Given a business need to store custom data, determine if a custom object is needed and create and configure as required.
- Given a problem or performance issue and data, use relevant tools to inspect code performance and determine and implement solutions (cache configuration, profilers, etc.) to resolve this issue.
- Given a specification and a sandbox instance, configure OCAPI permissions for Data and Shop APIs.
- Given a service configuration, recognize how they are applicable to the development process.
Application Development: 53%
- Given a development task, code ISML templates that use functionality such as: local include, remote include, components, and other ISML tags.Use debugging best practices and techniques to troubleshoot scripts and controllers and verify outcomes.
- Given a business requirement and design for a new marketing page, develop page types and components to allow a marketer to build a page with the Page Designer tool.
- Given a requirement to accept, validate, and persist information from a storefront customer, modify the appearance of a form, add validation and CSRF protection, and use bindings to process fields.
- Given localization requirements, implement and enhance templates, form definitions, static files, properties files, and persistent object attributes to ensure that pages are displayed in the expected language.
- Given a logging task and existing configuration, write code that logs non-sensitive data to custom log files with different log levels.
- Integrate, deploy, and use a service instance based on a given requirement.
- Given a use case, extend functionality or capture an event using hook extension points.
- Given code that violates documented best practices, identify the issues and modify the code to conform with best practices including performance and scalability.
- Given a business requirement, use OCAPI Shop and Data APIs to enable interoperability with an external system.
- Given a business requirement to perform a scheduled task, develop jobs and code job scripts.
For the reference: Check Salesforce official Exam Guide.
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